George Bull Audio Books

George Bull Audio Books

George Bull is an author and journalist, and has been foreign news editor of the Financial Times and editor-in-chief of The Director magazine. He has translated several volumes for Penguin Classics, including Machiavelli’s The Prince, Cellini’s Autobiography, and Vasari’s Lives of the Artists. He has also translated Condivi’s Life in his Michelangelo: Life, Letters and Poetry. George Bull has written books on Venice and the Renaissance, and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. He lives in London, and is married with four children.

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